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An ice cream store sells 20 different flavors of ice cream and 3 different types of cones. How many different combinations of cone and ice cream flavor are possible, if customers are permitted to choose only one flavor of ice cream to be served in one of the 3 cones?

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    3 * 20 = ?

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    Ms. Sue is right! 3*20=?

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    At an ice cream parlor, you can choose one flavor of ice cream, one topping, and either a sugar cone, a waffle cone, or a cup.
    There are 20 flavors of ice cream and 10 types of toppings.
    How many different desserts can be created at this ice cream parlor?

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